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People: Alispago Zulfikar
30 March 2012

Memic et al: Shooting as per Nihad Bojadzic's Order

State Prosecution witness Rasema Handanovic says that six to seven men were shot in Trusina in April 1993, as per an order given by indictee Nihad Bojadzic, adding that she participated in that.
23 March 2012

Memic et al: The Killing of the Father

At the trial of six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ABiH), a witness of the Prosecution recalled how her brother and father were killed in Trusina in April 16, 1993.
16 March 2012

Memic et al: Disciplined Commander Zuka

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Trusina, Konjic municipality, former Chief of the State Security Service Sector says that, on the basis of intercepted conversations, he concluded that indictee Zulfikar Alispago was subordinate to Sefer Halilovic.
9 March 2012

Memic et al: Shots at Women and Children

A State Prosecution witness says that, on April 16, 1993 unknown soldiers attacked Trusina village, went into Smiljko Kresa's house and killed him, and then began swearing and shooting at women and children.
24 February 2012

Memic et al: Zuka's Soldiers

Testifying at the trial of six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, a State Prosecution witness says that he did not see indictee Nihad Bojadzic among “Zuka's soldiers” one day prior to the attack on Trusina village, Konjic municipality, which was conducted on April 16, 1993.
21 February 2012

Memic at al: Zulfikar detachment’s war diary

A witness for the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina claimed that indictee Zulfikar Alispago was not the commander of the Zulfikar Special Purposes Detachment at the time when, according to the indictment, the detachment’s members committed murders of civilians and prisoners of war in Trusina, in April 1993.
10 February 2012

Memic et al: Witness Saw Indictees in Trusina

At the trial of six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina charged with crimes in Trusina, a protected witness said that he saw indictees Dzevad Salcin and Nedzad Hodzic when part of the Special Purposes Detachment attacked the village in April 1993.
9 February 2012

Nihad Bojadzic Enters Not Guilty Plea

At a plea hearing before the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nihad Bojadzic claimed he is not guilty of the crimes in Jablanica.
30 January 2012

Memic et al: Trusina Crime Crossed

A State Prosecution witness says, at the trial of six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, that the murders in Trusina, Konjic municipality on April 16, 1993 were induced by the killing of “Zulfikar” Squad members.
17 January 2012

Bojadzic: Custody Order Motion

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina files a motion with the State Court, requesting it to order custody for Nihad Bojadzic, who is charged with crimes in Jablanica in 1993.
22 December 2011

Dzeko: Suspect a US citizen

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina has requested from the State Court to remand in custody Edin Dzeko, under suspicion of committing crimes in the territory of the municipality of Konjic.
16 December 2011

Memic et al: Shooting of Men

Testifying at the trial of six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, a State Prosecution witness says that her husband and a few members of her extended family were killed in Trusina village, Konjic municipality on April 16, 1993.
9 December 2011

Memic et al: Murder of Husband and Father

Testifying at the trial of the six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a State Prosecution witness says that her husband and father were killed in Trusina village, Konjic municipality on April 16, 1993.
28 November 2011

Memic et al: Dead Bodies at Various Locations

Testifying at the trial of six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a State Prosecution witness says that she saw dead bodies, some of which were soldiers, while some were civilians, in Trusina village on April 16, 1993.
28 November 2011

Memic et al: Dead Bodies at Various Locations

Testifying at the trial of six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a State Prosecution witness says that she saw dead bodies, some of which were soldiers, while some were civilians, in Trusina village on April 16, 1993.